Ant McPartlin appears to be getting younger.
He looked just like his Byker Grove character/rapping alter ego PJ as he headed out for a slightly tense-looking dog walk with girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett .
The couple were spotted walking chocolate labrador Hurley, who Ant shares with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong, and their two new Maltipoo puppies, Milo and Bumble.
Ant, 43, was wearing black tracksuit trousers and a matching waterproof jacket and a cap.
The clean-shaven star looked to suddenly be years younger after perhaps taking some style inspiration from his PJ and Duncan days with best pal Dec Donnelly.
Anne-Marie dressed for the walk in a pink puffer coat and leggings.
The pair looked a little tense as they walked side by side.
They remained straight-faced as they wandered through a picturesque park.
Ant held his vape device in one hand, while Anne-Marie clutched dog leads as they appeared to have a serious conversation.
But the two were also caught on camera smiling during their saunter through a London park.
Ant recently made his return to the red carpet after 10 months out of the spotlight.
The star stepped down from this TV hosting duties after being involved in a drink-drive collision.
He was found guilty of drink-driving and banned from the road. He was also fined a record £86,000.
He returned to work this year on Britain's Got Talent and earlier this month, got back on the red carpet alongside Dec at the BAFTA TV Awards.
The lads picked up gongs for Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and for I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
But in a sweet moment, Ant stepped to the back of the stage and pushed Holly Willoughby forward to collect the award with Dec.
The This Morning presenter had stood in for Ant to host the show Down Under last year as he continued his recovery.
Speaking on the red carpet, Dec said it felt good to be reunited.
He said: "We love BAFTA, it's such a fun day, but yes, it's nice to be back on the red carpet isn't it?"
Ant added: "Yes, it's nice to be back on the red carpet."
Ant also confessed that getting ready for a bash like the BAFTAs was much easier for men than it is for women.
He said: "It's easy for men, isn't it, that's the thing. It takes a very funny looking man to not look good in a tuxedo."
Ant and Dec were also asked to share the secret to their success.
Dec said: "We've been around for a long time, we've been here for ages so people are just used to us.
"We're familiar," Ant added. "Like a comfy settee. You know what you're getting."
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